International Medical Preparedness & Assistance Course (IMPAC)

Delivery Mode

Face-to-Face

RR1205 - IMPAC

  • 5 Days Course Length
  • 3 Years Certificate Length
  • Certificate of Attendance

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Real Response has experienced trainers available in most capital cities and regional centres and the ability to run our most popular courses online via zoom with training equipment delivered to your site.

Overview

The International Medical Preparedness and Assistance Course (IMPAC) is a five-day intensive course designed to prepare you for the realities of working in a low resource and complex environment.

The course will take you out of your comfort zone and give you the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of providing aid in a field environment, operating as a team, being aware of different cultural considerations, and the medical skills and knowledge to save a life.

Whether you are deploying on an international mission, doing an overnight hike or leading a team into a remote location,  this course will provide you and your team with the knowledge, skills and confidence to react should a  medical emergency occur.

To register your interest for our international Medical Prepardness and Assistance Course please click here.
Prerequisites English Literacy, Physical ability – able to squat down and lift and carry up to 80kg in a group
Course Delivery
  • 5 Days Face-to-Face
Outcomes
1. Austere medicine
2. Intro to disaster management
3. Anatomy & Physiology
4. Field preparation
5. In-depth patient assessment
6. Trip planning
7. Prolonged field care
8. Personal health and hygiene
9. Wound care
10. Caring for a bed-bound patient
11. Pharmacology
12. Telemedicine
13. Obstetrics 
14. Communication
15. Medication administration
16. Cultural awareness
17. Medical kits & equipment
18. Common medical conditions
19.Equipment considerations 
20. Management of Gender-Based Violence victims

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